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round of elections? solvation does not lie with shutting down the federal government. it has been demonstrated time and time again in a well, the president did win in my district. think what the american public voted for was a stalemate. because they wanted to have some accountability and traparency. >> i agree with that. i'm talking about the power of the house of representatives himself. >> i think that's why we lost this last one. we were progressive. we weren't in front of the issues and we didn't have a discussion with the american peop. i think we do our best work to open that up to all the great ideas on the floor in regular order and put it out there to the american people. 71% of the american people and spending cuts. lou: your leadership chose to go one-on-one with the president. and speaker boehner says he's not going to do that again. he has moved to regular order. you're on the right in the house of representatives, republicans were insisting upon that all along. he has changed his position and the american people have to be slightly perplexed that now the only way to
election because of controversial statements on the israeli reluctance. among the reason for that concern and in some cases outright opposition. seven of the 12 republican members of the armed services committee expressing some opposition with at least three senators already saying they will vote no. senator david fisher saying, i will be a no-vote and on the floor. south carolina senator lindsay gramm calling hegel and antagonistic and in-your-face nomination to all of those who support israel. freshman senator ted crews of texas absolutely unloading while calling him too weak for the job >> it is interesting. the president seems bound and determined to proceed down this path despite the fact that his record is troubling. he has not been a friend, and in my view, the united states should stand unshakeable with the nation of israel, and he is consistently advocating weakness with respect to our enemies, with respect to the nation of iran, he has exposed sanctions, and the job of the secretary of defense is to be a serious, credible strength and a deterrent and, unfortunately, i think weak
governme spending you were control is every, and thisser av tax cuts for everyone is over, he got elected arguing at least hiking taxes on the rich, is the country changing more barack obama's way? >> i think it is changing to this extent, that is that people do not realize, and unfortunately the republicans did not rebut what the period said when he said things like the rich are not paying their full share, as we pointed out they are paying more than their share, but nobody pointed out the facts on the other side. there is one big difference between the two presidents, that is ronald reagan always toi td e truth. neil: you have to wonder with a president who is set on not going far in spending cuts, and ascertaining more tax hikes, what the environment will be like in washington, especially with a lot of republicans they seem to be running scad. >> that is where just as mayor giuliani said, the republicans should not run scared, they should tell the truth, and get the facts out to the people. >> jim: but they are not doing it. >> they are not doing it. maybe the mainstream media is ignor
in this country. he promised before the election board that after the election you start to do something. he has this whole public-relations -- relation operation financed to a mere blumberg of new york that was ready to swing into action. what newtown gave him was an excuse to do what they wanted to do for some time, which is to launch a full breath attack on the second amendment, and that is what they're doing door regardless of what the president claims. you know, lou, we had a representative at the meeting with vice-president biden. before those meetings everyone was sure that we, the administration, enter these with an open mind. we got to the meeting, and one of the first things the vice-president said was he in the president had very strong feelings about firearms that are going to proceed regardless of what anyone else thought. they stated their view. we knew what it would be. the problem was that these meetings or asking the wrong question. they were saying, what can we do about guns when they should have been saying to what can we do to protect our children. that is a very different qu
. and the subsidies they are talk otalking about years ago, they have no place, but our elected officials are only focused as your other guest told you, reelection. neil: but if you think they were open to what seemed simple fixes, rather than, 88 slowing growth of medicare as with you know giving grandma alpo, smart minds would say ha is not true. >> aircraft agree, i think that a lot of the rhetoric that gets the american people excited is misinformation and positioning by one ideology versus another. if you can't to the american public and told them the facts, whether it be social security or you name it, they will do the right thing, we just have to give them the appropriate information and the solution. neil: speaker, you are gate at great at negotiating, they gave cover to other. and i think each side wants to rub the other's nose in it right now, right now republicans are on the losing side. and arguing with the president 40 to 1 deal tax hikes over cuts took a better of them and left a lot of soar wounds. >> talk about a fiscal cliff. that is orchestrated confrontation. if you -- you need
to go around congress and make his wishes known by edict? doesn't it seem like he overrides are elected representatives we too often? in truth, barack obama is not the biggest issuer of executive orders. take a look. president obama has 147. towards w. bush, 291, clinton, 364. granted, those were the course of two terms. again, reagan takes the prize. if you go back further, the biggest order of executive orders was, get this, harry truman, who between 1945 and 1953 issued 8906 executive orders. successfully challenged when he placed all steel mills in the country under federal control because he failed to act to further a law congress had already passed and instead is to his own policy. the supreme court invalidated the move which is so concerned about the idea of the president making lot about guns and gun ownership. we know obama has never been a fan of guns. remember his statement about people who cling to their guns and religion? that was not a compliment. it was an insult. the idea that the president would car back freedom, set aside in the constitution is simply ridiculous . any
willingness elected republican governors? >> one and half million cast for democrats in congress than republicans . guess why republicans control the house because of gerrymandering. >>> and they also control house of congress but the state level people seem to be for more fiscal responsibility. >> yes, they do. you saw it in early wisconsin and scott walker faced down a recall successfully. people like success . you can see it in michigan and wisconsin and other states, yes, when they see good fiscal responsibility they respond positively. >> john, a lot of people in the state level, switching from a income tax to a sales tax, but not on the national level, they don't want to give the feds that much power? >> i toltsly disagree. i don't want the federal government to know how much i make. a national sales tax it is a way of keeping my income private and starving the government -- >> it is easy to forget that the united states was created to avoid taxes. >> last word from emac. unions to walmart. you are not welcome even in the city of 15 percent unemployment. the new union fight that
're in the world was the press criticism, the national media? oh, that's right, there was an election under way, wasn't there. for some reason you don't hear complaints about the white house response to sandy. we are still looking into why that might be. strange, don't you think? the imperious president obama appears ready to take on the second amendment. the "a-team" is here. the president's home town has the toughest gun laws in the country, yet its murder capital of america, and his home state corruption appears not only common but perhaps an asset. details ahead. the left waging war on its political opponents. class warfare name calling. does the culture of fear and intimidation silence america? the author of the new book this is america. we don't let frequent heartburn come between us and what we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day afr day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] e pill eachmorning. 24 hours. zero heartbur ♪ lou: my next guest says the left has become the greatest purveyor
-presidential running mate of mitt romney and the election was lost. but i think we're going to hear a lot from him and we need to. and also, marco rubio, because those are the two who will get media attention. >> maybe i'm naive, but i'm expecting a modest media turn at some point in the near future. hey, i'm naive. >> the sooner the better. >> please, please, fred, always a pleasure. thank you very much indeed. >> thanks for having me. >> i've got two new developments on the gun control debate. first off, former congresswoman and gun violence victim gabby giffords she launches a national group for gun control. and following the visit to newtown, connecticut, one said quote, gabby giffords, stay out of my town. and new at 10 we talk to someone and ask him how a ban on gun could curb violence. we'll ask him. and you shop in the store and find the best price on-line, target doesn't want you to do that. it says until watch the best price on-line not just the holidays. >> this is interesting, the stock is down nearly 1%, the retail index is also lower. this is such an interesting concept. something th
that conversation, and despite the election results, the position that has been taken on the part of some house republicans is that, no, we have to do it our way. if we do not, we simply will not pay america's bills. that cannot be a position that is sustainable over time. it is not one that is good for the economy now. even if it was on the other side. democrats do not like voting for the debt ceiling when a republican is president. but you never saw the situation in which democrats suggested somehow that we would go ahead and the fall if we did not get 100% of our way. that is just not how it is supposed to work. >> thank you, mr. president. on the issue of guns, given how difficult it would be to get any gun-control measure pass through this congress, what are you willing or able to do using the powers of your presidency to act without congress and i would also like to know, what do you make of these long lines we are seeing at gun shows all around the country? >> well, my understanding, as the vice president will provide a range of steps that we can take to reduce gun violence. some of them
not work. >> government is promising a bunch of free stuff, that is how president obama got elected. the fact of the matter is it is not free, it is very expensive and the middle class is going to have to pay for it but we simply can't afford the amount of government we have been promised and you have the government trying to write the giant ponzi schemes. it can't work, it is impossible to reform these programs in the way it will work. we have to acknowledge that and will never get the kind of economic growth you're talking about 4%, 5% per year unless we let the economy restructure. they had to let interest rates go up, they are much too low to encourage savings and investments aninvestmentand allo restructure meaning a lot of people have to lose a lot of money. people have to stop spending so they can start saving so to have capital investments needed to grow the economy. melissa: i think i'm depressed, none of those things will happen. power panel, thank you very much. coming up next on "money," the u.s. now has the most exnsive corn. fresh government subsidies and ethanol produ
, ilya, he's not the first president to try to go beyond an election and take what was a victory if terms of a -- in terms of a striking mandate. fdr did it, richard nixon tried it, george bush in his re-election tried it. are there differences here? anything noteworthy here? i mean, obviously, he's trying to get past a resistant congress to a lot of his proposals, and this stymying of a lot of his proposals. are you worried about the way he's doing it? >> well, of course, i'm worried about it. this is why we have three branches of government. any president of any party at any time is going to try to expand his powers. the nature of any public official whether you're a low-level bureaucrat or the president to do so. but we have in our constitutional system checks and balances both horizontally in terms of congress and the federal judiciary and vertically with federalism. and if courts enforce those structural protections for our liberties, then we'll be a lot better off. neil: you know, i was just thinking, sabrina, know, of bill clinton when he knew he would be challenged on some of the
, in the election process, we are-- they do make several promises to do the right thing. and when they go there, whether they are hepressu're pr us, they don't do the right thing and hence the corruption. >> maybe my definition of corrupt-- that doesn't describe law breaking, things punishable by going to prison so he we may be talking past each other on this. it's difficult to define, charles, what the right thing is. >> the right thing, the right thing? >> should they cut medicare? >> are you serious? we've got-- yes, cut it all. cut it all. i think ben stein, the courage, the political courage to do the right thing. we all know the right thing. >> the american people don't want these programs cut. >> so what? so what? we all know the right thing. here is the problem. everybody wants to keep their little kitty, their part, cut the other guy's part. it's never going to work that way. >> i agree with that. >> neil: let's say we keep going the way we're going where we don't really address spending, we came off the cliff deal, 40-1 and that probably is, i think, a precursor to what we're going to
, there was an election under way, wasn't there. for some reason you don't hear complaints about the white house response to sandy. we are still looking into why that might be. strange, don't you think? the imperious president obama appears ready to take on the second amendment. the "a-team" is here. the president's home town has the toughest gun laws in the country, yet its murder capital of america, and his home state corruption appears not only common but perhaps an asset. details ahead. the left waging war on its political opponents. class warfare name calling. does the culture of fear and intimidation silence america? the author of the new book bullies, ben shapiro, joins us here next.look, if ♪ y, you know it can be hard to breathe, and how that feels. copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms by keeping my airways open for 24 hours. plus, it reduces copd flare-ups. spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that does both. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden sy
have to have a real debate, you have to have our elected representatives, all of them, not one of them. obama is president but he is not the king and he is not czar and this should not be handled by an executive order. stuart: well said. charles: i hope the car works. stuart: we are talking last hour, really big pr trouble for the boeing 787 dreamliner. this morning the faa launched a special review of that plane's manufacturing process and other aspect of the plane. following several incidents with the lithium ion batteries and wiring. rich edson joins us from washington. i am characterizing this at the moment as a pr problem for boeing because the 787s are still going to fly which implies no safety risk for its passengers. >> this aircraft has gotten plenty of press, years behind schedule, subject to a fight with the national labor relations board and most recently battery packs catching on fire in boston. is not a positive image for people who may be squeamish about flying both e.f. a says the aircraft is safe and will continue to fly. ray lahood has no reservations about taking a f
of the karzai government in terms of the elections in 2014 where president karzai cannot run the candidacy again, and the nature of the election, issue of corruption in the election and, also, more importantly in the government as a whole, and how they will sustain the fight against the taliban after most american troops are gone. when i say "most american troops," i'm leaving open the doors the president has for leaving behind a training advisory and counter terrorism mission of some thousands of troops. the president wants to do this as he did in iraq, the hang up as also in iraq is whether the afghani government grants a status of forces agreement that will give us legal immunity for our troops. that's the american military presence around the world. we have it now in afghanistan based upon u.n. and other considerations, but that expires in 2014. that's the key issue that they are looking at right now. what president karzaiments beyond some troops is military support in terms of funding equipment and also economic assistance. cheryl: not a lot of willingness on either side to come to an agree
months after the election and you know, it's inevitable that it's going to be in support of the party who won the election, but look at what the obama machine is doing year round. they are articulating their message very well to all demographics and you know, they're-- they're in face-to-face contact with these people. stuart: wait a second, wait a second, wasn't it obvious in the november election, why wouldn't young people vote-- i'm trying to focus correctly here. look, you've got a rotten economy, young people in college face a lousy job market, they face overwhelming debt and yet, they vote for someone who is just focusing on social issues. why did they vote like that, why? >> the thing is, where was romney on college campuses, where was he? the conservatives keep writing off college campuses like they're a lost cause, but that's just not the case. we had a historic opportunity to win back a large chunk of the youth vote if we would have just tried, but you know, the conservatives just keep looking at college campuses and what's going on and keeps writing them off. and if young peopl
week before the election we were talking about electoral maps i predicted the new from the victory. >> tell the world she is smarter than me. [laughter] melissa: and getting rid of one of the playing pieces of monopoly replacing it with something more current. there they are. you can help choose as well as which new peace should replace it. there will be one chance to get a special edition which one? show them again. the diamond ring. >> i am boardwalk empire with the atlantic city boardwalk. i would do the tommy gun. melissa: that is not an option. [laughter] >> look at the helicopter. >> i go with a guitar. i love music. know i will really show my age and you played it on your eye phone? they have a trader previous. but we should get rid of the thimble. >> replaced the dog with that cat? >> what about the wheel barrow? >> these are from depression era. >> isn't the top hat the symbol of monopoly? >> they are so old. you may be unhappy with the president's election but instead of a tip he left a note that says in part "as a direct result of proposition 30 president of on the insis
. this guy is over the shock of the president getting re-elected but i'm not so sure. >> tom: you have to laugh, too. i don't think he is doing well. thanks for your comments. we're open for business 24 hours a day. check out our facebook page. my twitter address is sullivan radio and all the way to contact me is on my main website. make sure and tune into the radio show. we're on many local radio stations around the country. every weekday from 3:00 to 6:00. we'll have great show next week, in the meantime, i do hope to hear you on the radio. we will see you next week. >> good evening. i m. lowrie rothman. america's longest war is closer to an end. obama set in motion a reversal of policy to negotiate with terrorists. you heard correctly that includes talking to a group that is accused of aiding international terrorist. that was at a joint news conference today with a news conference with karzai. both are putting there support for the support role this spring and reconciliation talks with the television. >> ultimately security gains should be matched with political progress of real rec
, elected last president for trying to bypass congress happily pushing the 14th amendment so that this president can bypass congress. a president who talks shares sacrifice, but 40 times more tax hikes. republicans say we will stand on principle but happily fold like cheap suits. democrats to say the time for talk is over but then say addressing runaway entitlement spending is off the table. talk is cheap. breaking promises is cheaper for. doing both in little more than a week, remarkable. i'm not the youth to say i am stunned that those in power often say one thing and do a power -- do another. it is almost as if they don't care how brazenly sound -- funny face down and disingenuous they are. us. we will see you next week. >> good evening. i m. lowrie rothman. america's longest war is closer to an end. obama set in motion a reversal of policy to negotiate with terrorists. you heard correctly that includes talking to a group thththat is accused of aiding international terrorist. that was at a joint news conference today with a news conference with karzai. both are putting the
would cut is far is that money going out. >> we took $716 billion out of medicare. he got elected and he put the $716 billion back into medicare. that is a test that we made when we passed -- neil: no, it just went into the president's health care plan. >> it may have, but it was cut out of medicare -- neil: taking it out of one and putting it in another is created but it doesn't save anything. >> that's how you create a job. we had big job growth in the medicare business. and -- uh, -- in the emergency rooms -- uh, that's what i call my spending, smart investing, and smart cards. neil: welcome welcoming the new year. hope springs eternal. thank you for coming, congressman. >> thank you for having me. neil: coming up next, a union battle against wal-mart neil: a wal-mart opening in newark, new jersey. unions are fighting against that, although it's bringing a lot of jobs to a city that needs them sorely. the employment rate is about 15%. >> wal-mart brings a short-term solution. what they do is they put mom-and-pop businesses, they give workers low wages, they don't provide good insuran
of the promise. >> that's interesting. this prop 30 raised taxes that was in the november election, and it was back dated to january. they are going to bring in an extra $6 million, and mark, you say some of the extra revenue goes towards paying state worker pensions opposed to reinvigorated the health service or the education system; right? >> yes. it also goes towards eliminating a few of the furlough fridays that schwarzenegger posted trying to keep the state worker payment problem down, but unfortunately -- >> so california is not on solid footing? it's not returned to sobriety financially. >> not at all. >> not at all? >> no, no. it's all these pie in the sky promises. the other thing not talked about is all of the promises only hold until roughly about july when they have to come up with another budget revision, and it looks like, you know, it's the way california ice standing with the current revenue projections, we'll fall short. what happens then? again, you know, we've gone off the edge of the cliff right now, and here in california, unfortunately, nobodiments to deal wit
thought you were going to say great. >> have you been to disneyland? [ laughter ] we are still elected officials. we are there to represent the people. when you get there, people start treating you like you are somebody. all of a sudden, you are supposed to be an expert. i run a lot of cattle and i am really good at that. on everything else, they expect you to be an expert. they call you congressman every time you walk into a place. you asked for a cup of coffee in three people try to hand it to you. i think that is where we lose reality. we are there to hold the government accountable. we are not up there to be treated as something special. you loose touch of reality real quick. melissa: you said that you swore you would not serve more than six years of office. >> yes. melissa: you run your company families plumber company. >> when my wife and i took over this plumbing company, we had over $5000 of debt. to me, i was 20 years old and we only had six employees at the time. it took us three years working around-the-clock to get us out of debt. just because we are dealing with 500,000 no
referendum on the steroid era, rogers clemens, barry bonds, sammy sosa didn't come close to election into the hall of fame. how is this for a number. one in four children in the united states now on food stamps. we start them young on the entitlement programs, don't we? we'll have that, full coverage, plus the opening bell coming up next on "varney & company". [ rosa ] i'm rosa and i quit smoking with chantix. when the doctor told me that i could smoke for the first week... i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or other mental health problems, which could get worse while taking chantix. don't take chantix if you've had a serus allergic or sk
elections that we could see more battles and skirmishes in washington, d.c. as opposed to fewer. dagen: what would you like to see as a stock investor? >> a treasury secretary who is more focused on building compromise. but think the lesson we learned in the debate last year when there was discussion about debt ceiling is that lew is one of these types of individuals who very politically savvy but that doesn't necessarily equate to being a statesman or looking out or if the best interest of the nation as well. it seemed as though when president obama was willing to compromise on certain things, lew was in the background perhaps whispering in his ear, don't compromise, go for more. dagen: we were just talking to our last guest from the "wall street journal" editorial page. talking about the president's goal, in the "wall street journal" today. do you buy that? is that the nation that the president wants to see in the next four years? >> well, i'm not sure if it's the nation that he wants to see in the next four years. maybe over the next 40 years. i'm not exactly sure what his vision for amer
, but we elected them. we get what we elect, do we not? where does the cycle end? >> the situation is such that you have these mandatory increases in spending. there has been a silent 30% increase in spending. you do not have bills being passed that are raising spending to get the attention of the public. to get the attention of the republicans, they would have to pass a bill. they did not have the votes to do it. they have no negotiating leverage to try to bring this to a head. the crisis is really being created by 30% increase in spending which is raise the $1.1 trillion deficit. you need an increase in taxes if you do not cut spending and the president has been unwilling to cut spending at least so far. connell: a market that has very low interest rates. what happens next? do we want this big grand bargain that may at a time when the economy is not in the best shape slow us down a little bit more relaxed i think we do not -- people do not really see risk, they only see the damage after it has materialized. i think that the president has a very strong to go shading position. we b
. aig has repaid the loan and is now running a think you ad campaign aimed at both elected officials and taxpayers. in my opinion a aggie board and management may be on the verge of what would be a disastrously stupid decision. i have some advice for management and the board. it's time to just say things and move on. and the yield on the 10-year treasury slipping. turning to the economy and the markets, next guest is optimistic that our economy can cope with, well, even the folks that we send to washington d.c. joining me now is the chief u.s. economist for ubs investment research. good to have you with us. >> glad to be here. lou: happy new year to you. with that the underpinning of optimism here, you kind of have to scratch your head when you think that we have not had a budget for over 1300 days out of the senate. still trying to negotiate a resolution, sequestered, and we are not quite sure what they did with the fiscal cliff. help us out here. >> well, first of all, fortunately, the players in the u.s. economy, the businesses, consumers have their act together a lot more than th
have been an area of adelle attraction. john: with that merited bush might not have been elected. and monitor lewinsky likewise. newsweek had it but would not run it. >> that's right. it was spiked. the story leaked, but that was enough to break loose and get out there. they could not to the gate keeping any more. >> i look at these comparisons. getting huge numbers of viers. and here, you're successful. 90 million, and the 25 million. garrett's 6 million. town hall which carries all of these columnists, including my column just its 4 million. how do you get ix? >> i have no idea. i think i am a boring guy. >> it's amazing when you think that not very long ago if you wanted to challenge the integrity of the traditional press the only way you could do was to write a letter to the editor. >> which we ignored. >> or submit an op-ed. hope that your letter might be run. i don't think so much power has ever been transferred from so few people to so many ordinary people almost all the world almo overnight. john: all part of "freedom 2.0". thank you. and coming up, want to buy something
, and it's been that way, really, since the election back in november. look at these names here, the stock at 29.90. more than a 1% drop, and nrg and in the negative now as well as stocks on the radar in the final hour of trading. let's get to our floor show. we got traders standing by for you at the new york stock exchange, the cme group, and ben willis near the floor of the new york stock exchange. off session lows, the dow has been, but are we over relief rally, if you will, from the fiscal cliff? >> well, if you believe there was a relief rally, and, this yes, we're over it. it is a natural pullback of the weekly performance where we put on last week. this is again, reiterating, a buying opportunity for long term investors. buying a trade that works well when the market is under pressure for whatever reasons out there, the fiscal cliff, ect., ect., and it's paid off very well so i believe in long term investors should be buying on days like today when the market's coming down, not up. cheryl: ben, as we get towards sequestering, the issue coming up, seven weeks from now, the debt ceili
himself. a democratic house leader, elected last president for trying to bypass congress happily pushing the 14th amendment so that this president can bypass congress. a president who talks shares sacrifice, but 40 times more tax hikes. republicans say we will stand on principle but happily fold like cheap suits. democrats to say the time for talk is over but then say addressing runaway entitlement spending is off the table. talk is cheap. breaking promises is cheaper for. doing both in little more than week, remarkable. i'm not the youth to say i am stunned that those in power often say one thing and do a power -- do another. it is almost as if they don't care how brazenly sound -- funny face down and disingenuous they are.e hear from citi and bank of america. melissa: i'm melissa francis and here's what's "money" tonight. well you probably heard about shell's grounded alaskan oil rig but did you know why it might have been moved, to avoid taxes. we'll drill down on those details. plus ditching the gas tax by the side of the road. virginia governor bob mcdonnell, wants his state's 17.5
. 65 percent of americans on election day said they think undocumented immigrants should be able to apply for legal status which tells you something about where, you know, voters are on this issue. and yet the president has been calling for immigration reform for five years now. the release tape -- think something will happen? >> i actually do in a mobile. i think this is our moment. you know, i don't think we have had a moment where the stars have all line been quite a ways that they did on november 6th since 2001 just before the september 11th attacks. we have an opportunity to deliver the type of reform that americans -- americans call for. the president has promised it to the democrats have promised the, republicans needed, and the public wants it. gerri: chris, what do you say? >> there is a real point that is being mess which is the cost. on one breath we hear the president say we need to address our fiscal problems of this country. the deficits that are mounting, but no one is talking about the cost of amnesty. when it was considered by congress in 2007 the cost of have be
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